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Urination burns, headaches, joint pain, palpitations. Taken paracetamol. What is wrong?

hi my pee dosent really burn more than average but have hade much cloudy crap coming out for ages my doc dident do any tests the first time i noticed it and said it was probably protein but chhecked it myself in a pint glass and its full of lumpy white stringy matireal i am a 20 year old male is this normal i have also been suffering recently from palputations and cold sensitivity plus have been generaly not feelling good example headachs every day that are controllable whith paracetamol pale skin extream dandruffs joint pains and high gas levels for years have had blood tests bk and ecg fine apart from slightly high white bloodcell count docs have no awnsers hope you may have somthing better than panic attack as this is the only otherthing they suggested but i know its not that as i would know and i was not even slightly out of breath at the time of the palputayions eagerly awiting any thought all the best bill crosby:
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Main problem is streaks in urine with mild degree burning .
According to your age group may be due to ,
1 Phosphates crystals in the urine as I have seen in my patients .
Usually young patients in this age group complaints that their urine contains SEMEN ( popular belief ) , rather this turbidity of urine is usually due to phosphates . May be calcium oxalates crystals.
2 Protein ( albumin ) starts passing in the urine ( rarely in this age)
3 Due to high number of pus cells .
So first of all get urine culture as well drug sensitivity test and consult Urologist and get his opinion.
As far as palpitation , in my opinion this is just due to tension of white urine ( stress) .
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 13 Sep 2013
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